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The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales recently released their reflection on the National Synthesis report for the Synod...
The Catholic Bishops of England and Wales recently released their reflection on the National Synthesis report for the Synod, titled Seeking Our Hearts’ Desire.
Standing as a separate piece to the National Synthesis, the Bishops’ statement was a reflection on how the bishops understand their role in this moment of the Synodal process. Both the Synthesis and Statement will form part of the European continental synodal phase, which will in turn contribute to the Synod of Bishops due to take part in Rome in October 2023.
The Bishops’ Reflection on the Synodal National Synthesis
The National Synthesis for England and Wales
A little closer to home, our own synodal journey continued last month with a gathering of clergy, religious and lay faithful at The DoubleTree Hilton Hotel in Nottingham. Guest speaker Fr James Hanvey SJ, from the Pontifical Commission on Spirituality for the Synod, helped those gathered reflect on ‘The Synod- where do we go from here?’ Bishop Patrick hoped the evening would help the diocese as it took its ‘next steps to build upon the creative ideas that emerged from our earlier synodal discussions. ’
The Diocesan Synodal Synthesis
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